A Levitating Snail

By Marco Alati Sunday morning: I wake up with a strange desire to go to Malibu. I imagine a perfect day lying down on the beach, getting tanned, enjoying a Corona while setting my little beer belly free. Hoping to get inspired by the...
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The Beauty Within Chaos

By Marco Nunzio Alati How many times have you said: “I’m lost” or “my life is in total chaos”? According to Forbes, if your answer is “zero,” you are either less than 11 years old, or you belong to a very tiny niche of 0.5% of people. Most...
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Freedom.

By Nikki Cox True Freedom. It's a big subject, and it is rooted in one’s consciousness. The antithesis of freedom, the thief of our liberty, goes unnoticed because it wears masks of guilt, fear and enmities of all sorts, which are hidden in...
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Who Are You?

By Nikki Cox When we incarnate into the flesh, we check our “Truth,” our true identity, at the door. This separation from our true identity could be considered the price of admission into this earthly experience. As newborns, infants, toddlers...
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Living On Vacation

By Marco Nunzio Alati “Living on Vacation” is not just the title for this article. It is my motto in life. It is a statement that is at the core of all my values, both inherited and acquired. As an Italian, I was raised in a culture that...
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Shattering The Illusion Of Time And Space

By Rob Koenig It’s early morning, and the alarm at our bedside rings, jolting us from the peace of our slumber. Slowly, we open our eyes to take in the first rays of sunlight streaming through our window blinds. As we reluctantly drag our...
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Six Phrases For Living A Reconnected Life

By Rob Koenig It cannot be denied that Reconnective Healing made quite an auspicious entrance when an unsuspecting chiropractor by the name of Eric Pearl first noticed that something extraordinarily profound was happening in his office. One...
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Moving Beyond The Familiar!

By Nikki Cox Having spent a month wandering, camping and driving through the National Forests of Colorado, I was experiencing sensual delight. The various landscapes sometimes seemed other worldly. At times, I could feel my own inner boundaries...
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Why Endings Don’t Exist

By Janet Hu Upon returning home from a ten-day Italian vacation, I didn’t feel sadness, nostalgia, or any of the natural futility that comes along with endings, like, when you were a kid, and all the guests had left after a birthday party....
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